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Management: Supply Chain Management

Bachelor of Science in Business

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Program Intro

The management program will prepare our graduates to assume responsible roles in business and industry. Students will acquire insights into management theories and cutting-edge practices needed for both personal and professional growth. The supply chain management concentration enables students to learn general management principles, knowledge and hand-on skills of supply chain management.

The College of Business at PNW is accredited by AACSB. The supply chain management concentration offers cutting edge courses such as block chain technology and knowledge management. Students will learn about the process of efficient sourcing, procurement, and movement of input and output products.

Curriculum Overview

The supply chain management concentration within the management major enables our students to learn not only general management principles but also knowledge and hand-on skills of supply chain management. Students taking this concentration will better prepare themselves to compete for jobs in the field of supply chain management.

You will take general education courses, gain first year experience at PNW and start your involvement in the PNW community.

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Sample Courses

  • BIA 10200 – Computer Utilization For Management
  • ECON 25100 – Microeconomics

You will start to acquaint yourself with the foundations of business by studying several business core courses.

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Sample Courses

  • FIN 31000 – Financial Management
  • BIA 36000 – Production And Operations Management

While continuing your knowledge base of business foundations, you will start to study management major courses.

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Sample Courses

  • COM 39400 – Business Communication
  • BUSM 38000 – International Business

Complete all of the required management major courses as well as the concentration required courses to gain the degree.

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Sample Courses

  • BUSM 45000 – Strategic Management: Capstone
  • BUSM 40000 – Fourth Year Seminar In Business

Highlights

The management program helps students develop a broad perspective of the business organization and environment in which it operates. The supply chain management concentration enables students to acquire hand-on skills for use in the business world. Students will better prepare themselves to compete for jobs in the field of supply chain management.

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Outcomes

The program participants will learn to become business leaders who can develop and achieve organizational visions and grow the businesses in the global environment through supply chain management.

Beyond the Classroom

Students are encouraged to participate in undergraduate research, pursue internships and join student clubs and organizations.

Career Paths

  • Purchasing Managers
  • Logistics Analysts
  • Supply Chain Managers

Employers

  • Amazon
  • Dayton Freight
  • United Parcel Service (UPS)

Accreditation

The management major with supply chain management concentration is one of the three majors offered by the Department of Managerial Studies at The College of Business, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Meet the Faculty

Wei He

Wei He, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Management and Strategy

Wei He is an associate professor of management and strategy in the College of Business. He also serves as the management program coordinator in the department of managerial studies.

Kristin Burton, DBA

Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship

Kristin Burton is focused on strategies for increasing economic development through entrepreneurship and building networks that support early start-up firms.

Charles Rarick

Charles A. Rarick, Ph.D.

Professor of International Business

Charles A. Rarick is a professor of international business in the College of Business. His teaching responsibilities include undergraduate, MBA and EMBA courses.

 

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